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Sarah Ho graduated Phi Beta Kappa from UCLA with a B.A. in Communication Studies, preparing herself for a career in journalism. She wrote for the teen page Read This! at the San Jose Mercury News, the Daily Bruin at UCLA, and Radio Taiwan International in Taiwan, and interned under former CIA agent Frank Snepp in the investigative journalism department at KNBC Los Angeles. After graduating college, she moved to San Jose to report on politics for TVHS USA, a Chinese TV station. Select clips can be viewed at youtube.com/sarahreports.

Although she enjoyed interviewing people and telling stories as a reporter, she longed to pursue a career that allowed her to express her own emotions and stories. She decided to pursue an acting career and has guest and co-starred on TV shows, tested for TV pilots, and starred in independent films and commercials.

While Sarah plans on pursuing acting for the rest of her life, she hopes to also cultivate a professional career as a nurse. She has always loved taking care of others and working with kids and hopes to become a pediatric nurse. Sarah is currently enrolled at Santa Monica College and taking prerequisites for graduate school. She hopes to enroll in an Masters of Science in Nursing (MSN) program by Fall of 2018.

Sarah is passionate about youth education. Besides volunteering for Young Storytellers Foundation, Sarah is also the founder of community service a cappella group YOUTHphonics, YOUTHphonics, a group dedicated to bringing free music education to underserved areas in Los Angeles. YOUTHphonics currently partners with the LACER program at Fairfax High School, teaching a cappella once a week to high school students after school.


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